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    Great shots Mark, I'm really enjoying your holiday.
    Nice gritty real street work again Ham, keep them coming.

    And while on the subject of gritty real street shots, thought I would post a shot of some young babes at a street market up on the Sunshine Coast, from last weekend. They looked at me..... they liked, I looked at them and said, "keep on keepin' it real ladies."

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    yep, they certainly do breed em 'special' up there in Queensland don't they?
    An awful lot of electrons were terribly inconvenienced in the making of this post.
    Gear Photos

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    Are they both eating huge gobstoppers?

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    Steve...I totally know those two....how weird.....

    Nice shots Ham (particularly like #3) and Steve....always fun to see what is going on around the world....

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    A candid picture of my daughter, the first shot taken with my new portrait lens...

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    EOS 1D X, EF 600mm f/4L IS II USM, 1/160 s, f/4, ISO 10000

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    Quote Originally Posted by neuroanatomist View Post
    A candid picture of my daughter, the first shot taken with my new portrait lens...

    EOS 1D X, EF 600mm f/4L IS II USM, 1/160 s, f/4, ISO 10000
    Were you at your neighbor's house when you took this ;-)

    And were the lights off?!?!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Elberson View Post
    Were you at your neighbor's house when you took this ;-)

    And were the lights off?!?!?
    +1.........

    First off, John, congratulations....that is some amazing glass you have....

    Second....and I say this knowing this is a family forum....that shot is !$@&$# ridiculously good for ISO 10,000.
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    Quote Originally Posted by neuroanatomist View Post
    A candid picture of my daughter, the first shot taken with my new portrait lens...

    EOS 1D X, EF 600mm f/4L IS II USM, 1/160 s, f/4, ISO 10000
    Very nice, you are showing it all off, the beautiful daughter, the high ISO camera and the new big lens.

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    Nice candid John. A very inconspicuous rig for those shots at the kindergarten where all the parents tend to line up and take the same shots.
    You will probably have to form your own line, a little further back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve U View Post
    Nice candid John. A very inconspicuous rig for those shots at the kindergarten where all the parents tend to line up and take the same shots.
    You will probably have to form your own line, a little further back.
    I think that might be one of those times when a person's photography obsession goes from being interesting to a bit odd. My teenage kids would and have described such situations as "creepy". I keep that in mind when I am out with the big lens.

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